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Old 06-23-2013, 10:51 AM
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Default Re: A letter from the US Postal Service??? How odd.

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I ran into a very similar survey when I was tracking a package on USPS.com. Far as I can tell it was completely legit - no special offers, no request for detailed personal info, just some general generic info like age, gender, how often I use USPS.com and what I use it for, and no 'fall-out' after a month.

With what you have posted here, I would GUESS they are being legit about checking up on themselves.
An on line survey I could easily follow, but in this case you are given an ID number and 'password.' And as noted, they want you to 'report in' daily (M-S). Ah well, in about 24 hours I'll standing at the PO's door.
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